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José Wilker to be in Havana

It was recently known that the popular Brazilian actor José Wilker, main character of films like Doña Flor y sus dos maridos (Mrs. Flor and her two husbands) and the soap opera Roque Santero, will be one of the personalities who will attend the XXVIII New Latin American Film Festival of Havana. Read More

Equipo Crónica in the Fine Arts

"Equipo Crónica in IVAM's collection" is a travel exhibit running until next January in the building of Universal Art of the National Museum of Cuba Read More

Cuban musicians touring Europe

The seven-country European tour of the orchestra led by Cuban musician Adalberto Alvarez (leader of "Adalberto y su Son") started Monday. A pianist, composer, arranger and director, Adalberto Alvarez is for many Cubans a Cuban son performer par excellence, and he is known as "El Caballero del Son" (Gentleman of Son). Read More

Ciego de Avila starts winning

Cuban baseball team Ciego de Avila made its debut in the 46th National Championship with a victory over Metropolitanos (representative of the Cuban capital, just like Industriales) 4-2 at the Jose Ramon Cepero Stadium in this city Tuesday. Read More

Telesur to participate in Havana Film Festival

The Telesur satellite television channel will participate in Havanas New Latin American Cinema Festival for the first time, supporting Latin American and Caribbean audiovisual creators with an award for the Best Documentary from the South, to be disputed between 150 documentary films in competition. Read More

Ralph Fiennes at the Latin American Film and TV School

Celebrated British actor, Ralph Fiennes, says he is "very pleased, honored and happy to be in Cuba." The movie star delivered on Monday several master classes at the International Film and TV School in San Antonio de los Banos, where he is invited as special guest, on the occasion of the schools 20th anniversary. Read More

Mexican drama opens Cuba Film Festival

The 28th New Latin American Cinema Festival opened Tuesday in Havana with the screening of Pans Labyrinth, a film by Mexican director Guillermo del Toro that artfully combines a magical fairytale with the crude reality of post-Civil War Spain and which kept the audience on the edge of their seats throughout. Read More

Cuba improves protected crop techniques

Cuban technology related to crop protection has advanced to the point of serving as an umbrella to reduce solar intensity, humidity and the impact of hurricanes. Read More

Cuba, Belize for Medical Co-op

Cuba s ambassador to Belize Eugenio Martinez Enriquez ratified the Revolution s commitment to deepen cooperation with this country, where Cuban physicians, nurses and health technicians are currently working. Read More